Chief Bitcoin Historian Kurt Wuckert Jr. talks to Codugh’s Shashank Singhal and Ayre Ventures’ Paul Rajchgod about the different platforms and investment strategies in the Bitcoin SV space.
The final day of the CoinGeek Conference in New York saw Ayre Ventures’ Managing Director of Private Equity Paul Rajchgod moderate the “Investing in Blockchain Ventures” panel.
CoinGeek TV is back, this time catching up with Ayre Group founder Calvin Ayre and Transmira founder Robert Rice to talk about the latest developments in the Bitcoin SV space.
BuzzCast will allow event hosts and sponsors to gamify the attendee experience in both virtual and hybrid events, enabling them to drive behavior, reward visitors with prizes and incentives, and extend their interaction with guests before, during and after the event, all built on BSV.
The opening day of the CoinGeek Conference in New York saw Paul Rajchgod, Managing Director of Private Equity at Ayre Ventures, give a presentation titled, “BSV Venture Investments: It’s Time to Scale Up.”
The latest funding round involves a mix of new and existing investors, including Ayre Ventures and Los Angeles-based Ventek Ventures, an early stage cross-border venture capital fund focusing on the U.S., China, and Southeast Asia.
Ayre Ventures Managing Director Paul Rajchgod talks about the utility and business, as well as the developments in the Bitcoin SV ecosystem since the last CoinGeek Conference in Zurich.
Blarecast’s BSV-based platform allows artists to upload, publish, distribute and sell their exclusive digital content and physical merchandise to their fans at a price set by the content creators, who receive payments instantly.
More Than Money, hosted by CoinGeek’s Patrick Thompson, aims to show an audience of traders, investors, speculators, and blockchain and technology enthusiasts why there is value in BSV.
Ayre Ventures is a platinum sponsor of the 7th CoinGeek Conference—taking place in Zurich, Switzerland, on June 8-10.
The Pitch Day in London, taking place in February 2020, represents the first time the training wheels have been removed from Bitcoin.